Since 1986, the Center for Law and Social Justice at Medgar Evers College (CLSJ) has been a bulwark for justice in New York City’s Black communities. CLSJ has championed issues such as police reform, educational equity, child welfare, housing, economic inequality, employment discrimination, and immigration.
Today, the struggle continues, but its nature evolves, and CLSJ has focused its mission to address current racial justice issues and empower Black New Yorkers to fight for their lives and futures.
We need your help to keep fighting. We need every dollar possible to protect and build political power for our communities.
Please give what you can and help CLSJ fight to protect and advance the lives and futures of New Yorkers of African descent and the disenfranchised. Your support ensures that CLSJ can continue to work to make Black lives matter in New York and throughout the country.Donate Now